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Welcome to the decade when the White Australia policy was abolished and the ABC broadcast its first female newsreader. Historian Michelle Arrow sling-shots readers through time and space, back when God Save the Queen was the national anthem and homosexuality was a criminal offence. Thankfully, things changed – conscription was scrapped, access to medical abortions improved, and the Whitlam Government initiated a Royal Commission into Human Relationships in Australia.

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